Common ObstaclesIt’s important to note, not all preschool furniture is a candidate for continued use. Some furniture makes its way onto recall lists. And, it really doesn’t matter if it’s a past or present list. In either case, that furniture is tainted and regarded as unsafe for continued use. At least, that’s the way everyone will treat it, even if the manufacturer issued new items without noted defects.
If your child has outgrown her baby crib, you may have found it’s a tough piece of furniture to dispose of. Even thrift stores don’t accept older cribs, because in 2011 federal safety regulations changed, making it illegal to sell models now considered substandard. Rather than storing your crib or throwing it away, why not try committing it to a new purpose? —Bob VilaAll of this, not to mention the fact that it could well be outdated. Since the time you bought it, it’s likely newer baby furniture offers more in the way of function than others did not even though it’s just a few years old. In other words, new parents want new furniture. And, if it’s been on a recall list, it’s worthless. Even if it’s in great condition, it might well be out of date because of what new furniture offers.
Preschool Furniture Disposal in OldsmarIf the furniture is still in good condition and it doesn’t appear on any recall list, then you do have some options. Here are a few helpful preschool furniture disposal suggestions you can try:
If your baby furniture is still in good condition and it doesn’t appear on any recall list, then you do have some options. Here are a few helpful baby furnishings disposal suggestions you can try:
- Keep it. Right now, you might not be considering adding to your family. But, you could very well change your mind in the future. So, think about holding onto it for a little while and it will help cut down on costs if you do decide to have another baby.
- Donate it. If it doesn’t appear on any recall lists, you can always consider donating it to a local charity. A women’s shelter, a church, or other organization might be the perfect solution. You could even gift it to a thrift store for a small tax break.
- Sell it locally. Another option is to sell it. You can try to sell it through a local online ad or take it to a consignment retailer. You probably won’t get much for it, but you’re not trying to make money, you’re trying to regain space or offset the replacement cost.
- Give it to someone. While new parents do receive many gifts, it’s often small things like clothes, toys, and the like. If you know someone who is in need of it or soon will be needing it, then just give it away. You’ll help them out a lot while achieving your goal.